Leonard Glenn Dulcimer, 1972

Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
an hour ago
502 posts

Looks really nice.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Dan
@dan
3 hours ago
69 posts

SWEET!

Steven Berger
@steven-berger
16 hours ago
68 posts

That's a sweet-looking dulcimer, George!

 

Steven

Cindy Stammich
@cindy-stammich
22 hours ago
47 posts

Wow!  This is such a beautiful dulcimer!!!  Can't wait to hear it music

Bob
@bob
22 hours ago
85 posts

Thats a GEM!

Rob N Lackey
@rob-n-lackey
23 hours ago
442 posts

Man, George, that sure is pretty.  I can't wait to hear it.

Estes George
@george-desjardins
yesterday
104 posts

Couldn't wait to post pics, sound clip (s) ? coming. 

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updated by @george-desjardins: 04/27/17 09:37:08PM
Estes George
@george-desjardins
yesterday
104 posts

I'll post picture and sound clip over the weekend!! I'm really impressed with the sound from this, seems thinner bodied, but nice mellow, decent volume for it's size.

Suaimhneas
@suaimhneas
yesterday
10 posts

Could we see a picture of the Leonard Glenn? Good find!

Estes George
@george-desjardins
one week ago
104 posts

I did, couldn't pass it up. Nose pinched, dove in, yeah baby!!

Kevin Keating
@kevin-keating
one week ago
12 posts

My Glenn is a 1968 that didn't cost me a dime.  However, in hindsight, I would have gladly paid $300 for it.  Worth every penny and more.


updated by @kevin-keating: 04/19/17 09:52:03PM
Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
one week ago
502 posts

Go for it!

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Rob N Lackey
@rob-n-lackey
one week ago
442 posts

Sounds like a good starting point for dickering on the price.  

John C. Knopf
@john-c-knopf
one week ago
150 posts

George, put on your swim trunks, pinch your nose and jump in!  Fortune has smiled upon you, my son...

Ken Hulme
@ken-hulme
one week ago
1,433 posts

Sounds good to me!  Jump!  Jump!

Estes George
@george-desjardins
one week ago
104 posts

I have some one wanting to sell me a Leonard Glenn, 1972, 3 string, looks to be in perfect condition, has label inside, they are asking $300.00, should I jump on this or is that a silly question?

 Don't know what they are worth as that changes by each buyer, but that sounds like a good price.